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Southwest District Judge Dan Greenwood has ordered the school board not to enforce a Sept. 3 deadline for teachers to sign a two-year contract or be released from their jobs. He also said the district should issue a contract for the upcoming school year only. He has scheduled a Sept. 23 hearing on the matter.
Staff Sgt. Clint Romesha ended his speech Saturday afternoon at the seventh annual Patriot Guard Fallen Heroes Memorial and Honor Ride with words that spoke to the heart of everyone in attendance at the Dickinson Recreation Center.
The sports editor for The Dickinson Press was one of two men arrested Wednesday in Burleigh County on human trafficking charges. Bobby Abplanalp was charged with the Class A felony of attempted human trafficking. The charge carries a sentence of up to 20 years in prison.
Despite producing thousands of barrels of oil each day, North Dakota relies on refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast and elsewhere for much of its diesel. Gov. Jack Dalrymple and others are counting on the MDU/Calumet project attracting a new wave of investors eager to construct Bakken refineries.
In the years preceding their presidencies, imagining Barack Obama or George W. Bush capturing and escorting a small band of thieves to justice in an adventure spanning miles of river navigation, prairie travel on foot and lasting nearly two weeks would be unthinkable.
United will begin twice-daily nonstop flights between Dickinson and Denver starting June 6. The United Express flights will be operated by ExpressJet using 50-seat regional airplanes. Tickets will be available starting Saturday.
Eight people were arrested for prostitution or hiring an individual to engage in sexual activity during a Dickinson Police Department and Bureau of Criminal Investigation prostitution sting conducted Friday and Saturday, according to a press release.
Friends, families, even strangers offer donations after tragedies. For example, after the New Town, N.D., shootings, friends and family of the victims have received more than $55,000 to help pay for funerals and for college for young survivors.
Representatives from the U.S. Department of Education will be visiting Dickinson State University later this month, although the trip is not believed to be in direct reference to the recent scandal that rocked DSU.
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